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Is government regulation necessary in all aspects of business, why or why not? Are there some policies which make more sense than others?
- I know that government regulation isn't always necessary to run a business and some people are capable are able to run them by themselves. I don't really know how to expand this idea or know of many examples. Can you help me with this please. Thanks

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    Do workers need health certificates? It would be much cheaper if they did not?

    Do food prep areas need to be cleaned? It would be much cheaper if some noisy health inspector stayed away.

    Does it matter if a business abides by health and safety regulations for employees? For customers?

    Does it matter if a business actually turns in the sales taxes it collects? If the govt wouldn't check that, it ..

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    Thanks but I don't really get what your saying? Does that mean your saying government regulation helps keep things in order? Does that mean it's necessary though i really don't know? Do you have any links about this subject because I need to write about 1-2 paragraphs about it. Thanks

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    What are your answers to Bobpursley's questions?

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    Oh Sorry I thought it was rhetorical, but I would have to say Yes to all of them, which I guess would mean it's necessary for government regulation for most businesses. Are there any cases where it's not necessary though?

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    I don't know of any cases where an existing government regulation is not necessary. Do you?

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